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  • Knowing what to invest in

    Which investment strategies are right for you? It depends on your financial circumstances and stage of life, but often a mix of several investment options can help provide you with a diverse portfolio that performs well in different market conditions. If you’re new to investing, here are some basic options to get you started:

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  • What is the best way to choose your mortgage broker

    Using a mortgage broker is one way to help you get the most appropriate home loan for your circumstances. But all brokers are not necessarily alike – below are Choice Home Loans’ top tips for finding your ideal mortgage broker.

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  • Stamp duty – what is it and why does it differ between states?

    If you’re buying a property in Australia, it’s an unfortunate necessity that you will have to pay stamp duty on top of your purchase price. So what exactly is stamp duty and how much will you be looking at paying?

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  • The pros and cons of interest only loans

    Interest only home loans are a type of loan that can allow for increased cash flow and flexibility, which can be a big drawcard if you are renovating, building your own home or buying an investment property. But they may not be the best option for every type of borrower, so it’s important to know exactly what you are getting into before considering an interest only loan. Read on for Choice Home Loans’ guide to the basics on going interest-only. 

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  • Buying off the plan - what it means

    Buying off the plan offers many advantages for property investors, first home buyers and owner occupiers. However, there are also some potential risks, so property buyers should carefully weigh up the benefits and potential hazards of buying off the plan before putting down a deposit.

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